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The Rockville Centre Board of Education supported a plan put forth by administrators last week that would create special classes for South Side High School students with severe learning disabilities and offer a modified version of International Baccalaureate courses that students are currently required to take. more
South Side High School held the Special Olympics New York Winter Fest Floor Hockey All-Star Tournament on Dec. 1. more
South Side High School recently recognized the 48 students who were inducted into the New York State Science Honor Society on Oct. 29. The honor society is endorsed by the New York State Science … more
History was made at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, and it didn’t involve Billy Joel or the Islanders. About a dozen Molloy students emerged from the Uniondale arena’s tunnel, walking single file to half-court, where six of them settled in front of computer screens to get ready for battle against counterparts from New York Institute of Technology. more
“The idea that a Holocaust survivor disappears, his story does not,” said Irving Roth, a friend of Ray Fishler’s. “His spirit and soul continues to live.” Fishler, of Wayne, N.J., a former Rockville Centre resident who shared his stories of the Holocaust to inspire local students and families, died on Nov. 19. more
More than 80 former South Side High School lacrosse players gathered at their home field on Nov. 23 for the program’s first alumni game. more
I am writing not only on behalf of SEP, but also on behalf of special education students at the high school who have conditions such as dyslexia, brain injuries, neurologic disorders and significant reading deficits — some read at an elementary school level. more
Members of St. Agnes Cathedral School’s service club loaded bags of toiletries, clothing and other supplies into the back of a pick-up truck on the afternoon of Nov. 9 to be sent to veterans in need. more
Ninety-two percent of South Side High School seniors graduated in June with a Regents diploma with Advanced Designation — an all-time high, according to Principal John Murphy. Meanwhile, 41 percent of the graduating class earned an International Baccalaureate diploma — another record. more
I recently read about Special Education Partners’ opposition to the Rockville Centre School District’s policy mandating that all students, including those with special needs, enroll in International Baccalaureate English and history courses. more
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